Young Kato detail their highly anticipated debut album ‘Don’t Wait ’til Tomorrow

Young Kato detail their highly anticipated debut album ‘Don’t Wait ’til Tomorrow

Released on 5th April 2015.

Following a solid few years building their devoted fan base, and on the back of recent fan-favourite the ‘Sunshine EP’, the Cheltenham sextet are ready to fully establish themselves amongst their musical contemporaries.

Having already received support from the likes of Fearne Cotton and Zane Lowe at Radio 1, XFM and Absolute to name a few, the band have built up a strong live reputation with tours supporting You Me At Six and Rixton along with shows with Charlie Simpson and 5 Seconds of Summer. With several extensive headline tours, appearances at Dot To Dot Festival, Live At Leeds, Liverpool Sound City and showcases with Communion & XFM also helping establish their status as definite ones to watch in 2015.

‘Don’t Wait ’til Tomorrow’ is an ambitious statement of intent set to be released on the 5th April 2015, just before the band embark on their biggest headline tour since their March/April run which included a hugely successful sell out show at The Garage in London.

The ‘Don’t Wait ’til Tomorrow’ tour will kick off in Cardiff on the 7th April and will see the band play 18 dates across the UK throughout April, including a show at the Camden Barfly on the 30th – a stage the band first graced when they were invited to perform there as part of an episode on E4’s ‘Made In Chelsea’. The tour then finishes up with a massive homecoming show on the 2nd May at the Gloucester Guildhall.

Young Kato headline Show:
March 27th – Garage, London

You Me At Six support:

March 28th & 29th – O2 Academy, Glasgow
March 30th & 31st – O2 Apollo, Manchester
April 2nd – Pavilions, Plymouth
April 3rd – Capital FM Arena, Nottingham
April 5th – Alexandra Palace, London

Young Kato Headline Tour:
April 22nd – O2 Academy, Oxford
April 23rd – Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff

April 24th – Boileroom, Guildford
April 25th – Epic Studios, Norwich
April 26th – Portland Arms, Cambridge
April 28th – King Tuts, Glasgow
April 29th – Electric Circus, Edinburgh
April 30th – Limelight 2, Belfast
May 1st – Academy 2, Dublin
May 7th – Moles, Bath

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Young Kato detail their highly anticipated debut album ‘Don’t Wait ’til Tomorrow